By Kimberly Johnson
The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) For President…it got me thinking.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez sing karaoke…it got me humming.
Hugh Jackman has a ripped body and he’s revealing the secret…it got me staring.
I’ll admit it—I like to read about fluff and stuff; especially online. That’s why I save the links to TMZ, Entertainment Weekly and ETonline (Entertainment Tonight).
A true gossip girl can tell you the name of Kate Hudson’s baby (Bingham).
A true gossip girl can give you the 411 on Kim Kardashian’s wedding plans (Vera Wang is not talking.).
A really, true gossip girl can tell you about Kesha’s escapades at The Box in London.
I like scouring the Internet freeway, searching for the 411. Yeah, I know…it may not be Pulitzer Prize writing, but it does draw you in. I’ve even gone overseas to scour the British newspapers. The UK’s Daily Mirror’s 3AM Celebrity online page has everything you want and don’t want to know. This week’s headlines blurt out about Megan Fox, Kelly Osbourne and Leona Lewis.
Here are five reasons why I read the online gossip pages:
· A smokin’ hot headline that draws my attention.
· A juicy lead sentence that makes me want to read more.
· Scintillating details that make say “Oooh.” or “No, he didn’t.”
· A simple conclusion.
· A hint of humor with a dash of skepticism.
What are your reasons for reading the gossip pages?